Uncanny version of VAK?

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    Julie Tardy

    Hello everybody,

    I read that first part of week 3 and i must admit it felt like the HE version of much acclaimed/criticised VAK learning styles.

    The above statement about letting students chose their own way rings a bell, and i agree totally. Besides, as far as my practice is concerned, all approaches, all objectives are embedded in a course, both because it allows a variety of activities and also to shift focus on a regular basis, since that focus can not remain on a single topic and/or approach longer than 20minutes max.

    I keep this very short, i intend to write a lot more on next activities on the course.



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